Main Window

The Main window of the User Consent Tool is where the main actions of the user consent request flow are performed.

 

The following table describes the options available from the main window

Option

Description

Connection Icon

Indicates if the User Consent Tool is connected to the Intel AMT remote system:

 – Not Connected  – Connected

Connected to

Contains the IP address (in IPv4 or IPv6 format) or the FQDN of the remote Intel AMT system. Entering a new value here and clicking the green arrow, or pressing <Enter>, starts a connection request.

Edit/Disconnect

If the User Consent Tool is connected to a system, a disconnect button is displayed. Clicking Disconnect ends the connection and displays an Edit button. Clicking Edit opens the Configuration Settings window (see Connection Settings Window).

Consent State

Displays the Consent State (see Status Tab).

Power State

Displays the power state of the Intel AMT system.

Start Consent

Click to start the User Consent flow. If the User Consent Tool is connected to a system, a Cancel Consent button is displayed. Click to Start/Cancel the user consent request. Note that you cannot cancel a user consent request once a KVM or Storage Redirection session has started.

Connection interface

Displays the type of interface the User Consent Tool is using to connect to the Intel AMT system: Wired or Wireless. If the connection is wireless, the following additional information is displayed:

     LAN ID – The SSID of the access point to which the Intel AMT system is connected.

     Link Control – Indicates whether the link is currently owned by the ME or the host.

     Link Preference – Indicates whether the link is preferred to be owned by ME or host.

For more information about wireless, see the Wireless Operations section of the Advanced Tab.

Operations Tab

Timeout

A countdown display indicating how much longer the user consent code is valid. If a KVM or Storage Redirection session is not started before this value reaches zero, a new user consent code must be generated (by clicking Start Consent).

From Intel AMT Release 7.0, you can define for how long the user consent code is valid (see Advanced Tab).

Code

The options in this section are enabled only after the Consent State is Displayed. Enter the code that the remote user communicated to you and click Send. (To view the code that you entered, select view code.)

Monitor

If the remote Intel AMT system user cannot see the sprite, try clicking Switch to change the monitor screen on which the sprite is displayed.

Status Bar

Open/Close Log Viewer

The status bar, located at the bottom of the User Consent Tool window, includes the status of the user consent request flow. Click the +/- sign to open/close the log viewer.

The log viewer displays the actions that the User Consent Tool performs, as they occur and writes them to the log file. Clicking this icon clears the loge records displayed in the log viewer, but does not delete them from the log.

Click this icon to open the full log file in notepad. A separate log file is created each day that the User Consent Tool is run, and stored in the same folder as the User Consent Tool application.

Indicates that there is an error with the certificate used when trying to connect to the system using TLS. Click the icon for more details.

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